Susan Slaughter

SAS in the Cloud

In Everything, SAS, SAS Papers, Western Users of SAS Software on October 11, 2013 at 10:47 am

Now Appearing at Western Users of SAS Software 2013In a few weeks I will serve as moderator at Western Users of SAS Software 2013 for:

SAS in the Cloud: A Panel Discussion

Panelists:  Rebecca Ottesen, AnnMaria DeMars, Tyler Smith and Amy Peters

Abstract:  Over the last decade, SAS Institute has been quietly developing cloud computing products.  Now several options are available for SAS users via SAS OnDemand for Academics, SAS OnDemand for Professionals, and SAS Visual Analytics.  These products enable you to run SAS over the Internet using a thin client such as a Web browser, SAS Enterprise Guide, or a mobile app.  Come hear a panel of experts discuss the who, what, where and how of using SAS in the Cloud.

If you are at the conference, I hope you will attend our presentation Thursday November 14, 2013 9:00-9:50am. (Note that this is 30 min. later than originally scheduled.) If you cannot make it or you would like to learn more about SAS and Cloud computing, then check out these links to good resources that are—very appropriately—available on the Web:

PowerPoint slides from the panel discussion

General discussion of cloud computing

SAS OnDemand for Academics

SAS OnDemand for Professionals

Video about SAS OnDemand for Professionals

SAS Visual Analytics 6.2: Video Library

Article about SAS and the Cloud, thanks to Tricia Aanderud for sharing this link

SAS document about Cloud computing and link to white paper

Cloud facts, thanks again to Tricia Aanderud for this link

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